INTRODUCTION

Editorial and Crime Scene Photography is an aspect of photography that deals with the taking of pictures that would be used in editorial pieces such as magazines, ezines, and blogs and in most cases as a pictorial evidence for the police and court as it relates to crime or investigation. SOP conduct Adv. Certification in Editorial & Crime Scene Photography in Delhi

OBJECTIVE

The Editorial and crime scene photography course in Delhi. would help the students take valuable pictures of evidence that would be correct and useful enough to be used as evidence in court or an investigative tool by the police

COURSE OUTLINE

  • The basics of Photography
  • Cameras and Camera settings
  • Lights- Ultraviolet, infrared and Fluorescence
  • Basic Exposure concepts
  • Photogrammetry
  • Special photography situations in editorial and crime scene photography
  • Advertising and Branding concepts used in Advertising photography
  • Legal aspect of editorial and crime scene photography

COURSE BREAKDOWN

MODULE 1

The basics of Photography

  • Understanding the basics of digital photography
  • File types (RAW and JPEG)
  • White balance
  • The exposure triangle – Aperture, shutter speed, and ISO

MODULE 2

Cameras and Camera settings

  • Digital Cameras
  • Lenses and Focal Lengths
  • Tripods and Accessories
  • Camera Modes- Auto mode, aperture priority and shutter priority

MODULE 3

Picture Framing and composition

  • Rule of Thirds
  • Cardinal rules of crime scene photography
  • Focus and Depth of Field
  • Perspective and Angle
  • Focal length and Lens compression

MODULE 4

Basic Exposure concepts

  • The proper exposure triangle
  • Shutter speed as motion control
  • Reciprocal exposures
  • Reflective light meter
  • Normal and non-normal scenes
  • Tools for determining proper exposure
  • Common filters and eye cup cover
  • Manual flash mode
  • The inverse square law
  • Automatic and dedicated flash exposure modes
  • Bounce and fill in flash
  • The inverse square law

MODULE 5

Lights- Ultraviolet, infrared and Fluorescence

  • The electromagnetic spectrum
  • Ultraviolet light
  • Infrared light on the electromagnetic spectrum
  • Visible light fluorescence
  • Coaxial Lighting

MODULE 6

Photogrammetry

  • Introduction to photogrammetry
  • Perspective grid photogrammetry
  • Perspective disc photogrammetry
  • Reverse projection photogrammetry
  • Rhino Photogrammetry

MODULE 7

Special photography situations in editorial and crime scene photography

  • Photo documentation forms
  • Overall photographs
  • Mid-range photographs
  • Close up photographs
  • Photographic documentation of bodies and wounds
  • Accident photography
  • Surveillance photography
  • Aerial Photography
  • Underwater photography
  • Evidence on vertical walls

MODULE 8

Legal aspect of editorial and crime scene photography

  • Criteria of photographs and digital images as evidence
  • Legal implications of digital imaging

BY THE END OF THE Editorial and Crime Scene Photography COURSE, STUDENTS WOULD BE ABLE TO

Take valuable pictures for editorials and police investigation and court evidence.

SOFTWARE/ MATERIALS USED

  • Adobe Photoshop
  • A DSLR Camera

CAREER OPTIONS AFTER COURSE

Students who complete this course have the following career options

  • Editorial Photographer
  • Crime Scene Photographer
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